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Old 02-08-2009, 01:04 PM   #1
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Good C++ books

I'm looking for a really good C++ beginner book. I'm studying Java in school and I want to learn C++ while I'm learning Java.

Any recommendations of a great C++ beginners book???
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The two that I have used so far are. Are C++ How to program by Deitel and C++ programing by Malik. I needed both for my classes, and they both have there strong points. I think C++ Programing does a better job of explaining things, where C++ How to program tends to have better projects you can work on. Since your learning java, whats a good book for that?

Hope this helps.

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[QUOTE=joshp;3436388]Since your learning java, whats a good book for that?

The book I'm using in my class is Java Software Solution by lewis & Lotus. So far its good, but some errors.
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The C++ Programming Language by Bjarne Stroustrup(The creator of C++) is my favorite C++ book


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